The progress made in training algorithms to recognize images via the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge has prompted its 2018 replacement with the more formidable task of teaching robots to perceive the world in three dimensions.
Researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence to compete against six professional Chinese poker players in a 36,000-hand exhibition match in China.
Researchers are developing a next-generation interface that will enable people to interact with mobile devices using gestures.
San Jose State University professor Margareta Ackerman has developed an artificial intelligence-based system designed to assist musicians in songwriting.
A study found that few users understand how their personal data are compiled and stored on the Internet.
DeepMind's Go-playing artificial intelligence program AlphaGo in May will play against top Chinese Go player Ke Jie in a three-game match in China.
Octopuses are aliens living on Earth.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first at-home genetic test that can help to determine a person's risk of developing certain diseases.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee says he is appalled by the Trump administration's decision to dismantle net neutrality and let Internet service providers sell customers' browsing data to advertisers.
Researchers have discovered a rotational force inside magnetic vortices, which they say could make it easier to design ultrahigh-capacity disk drives.
European researchers from several institutions have developed an artificial synapse on a chip that can learn autonomously.
Chinese researchers have developed a flexible, remote-controlled robotic ray that can swim through water nearly twice as fast as previous robo-swimmers without being tethered.
The number of computer science majors has more than doubled since 2011, according to the Computing Research Association.
Scientists are getting closer to building life from scratch and technology pioneers are taking notice, with record sums moving into a field that could deliver novel drugs, materials, chemicals and even perfumes.
No two stem cells are identical, even if they are genetic clones.
Researchers have developed tiny "black holes" on a silicon wafer that serve as a new type of photodetector.
Researchers have successfully tricked Google's Cloud Video Intelligence application programming interface into identifying a video about gorillas as one dealing with an unrelated topic.
Researchers have developed flexible, inkjet-printable memory cells they say could lead to mass-produced printable electronics. T
A new type of deep learning, known as one-shot learning, could be used to help drug development because it only requires a small number of data points.
New approaches to apprenticeship aim to provide talented, if not traditionally trained, computing professionals.